MARKUS WEISBECK

PAST PRESENT FORTUNE
2012

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Markus Weisbeck, Cultures of the CuratorialMarkus Weisbeck, Timing

Markus Weisbeck plugs into itself a silkscreen plastic foil (which was used in the eighties by Murial Cooper

in her Visual Language Workshops at the MIT in Cambridge) sets it up on a turn table and films it analog.
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We are delighted to present works by Markus Weisbeck in his first solo exhibition in Frankfurt.
Markus Weisbeck (*1965) is considered internationally to be one of the most renowned German
designers. Through his independent photo works he has created the visual identity for the German
Pavilion of both the Venice Biennial of 2007 (Isa Genzken) and 2009 (Liam Gillick); furthermore,
for Manifesta 7 and The Forsythe Company, while also working with his own abstract films. For
the representation of the German Pavilion, Markus Weisbeck took several photos of the name of
the artist Liam Gillick through Zeiss Jena prisms that had been ground many times all over, thus
optically breaking the strict typography in the process. Shown for the first time, our exhibition
presents eight photographs from this series.
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From 3 June - 29 July, Markus Weisbeck will be participating together with Olafur Eliason,
Florian Hecker, György Kepes, Otto Piene, among others, in the exhibition The Future Archive
in the Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Curated by Ute Meta Bauer, the exhibition reflects on artistic
research undertaken at MIT in Cambridge.
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Link  :   MARKUS WEISBECK   Paper


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